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Subject: #%@!ing A!!
Where the #$%! was I? What a set list! (Oh yeah, my mom was dying of cancer and I was drunk and unemployable. Now I remember)
(I'm rating the set list, not the show, not the quality of the recording)
Subject: us blues
Subject: Nice 1st set
Overall: great sounding recording (where's the friggin Healey mix for the Pitt shows???). Pretty good show, but not spectacular and not near the top for this tour.
The scene: as others have said, after Pitt this was refreshing. I remember hearing that possession was only a ticket in Ann Arbor (like a parking ticket you can just mail in).
The music: I really like this first set. Of course, the US Blues was a surprise. At the time, I thought it was just Jerry being funny with a tit-for-tat with all the "Blues" songs in the set (he and Bobby each did two). I still think that was probably the reasoning behind it. The second set is decent, but of course, not great. The China Doll is nicely played with a good long Jerry solo, but his voice sounds pretty beat up.
free shows,wolvorines,anyone remember barts house around the corner,nice china doll
northstar dead -
Subject: Very NICE
Streaming this while doing some work. Brent shining, Great playing and 1set list. Can't wait till 2nd set.
Check this one out.
Ann Arbor shudders.
Subject: duped diamond
Down load this one if you ever can. It sounds pretty darn good! sweet sweet jelly's so good!
Subject: nice venue, good shows
The comparative intimacy of Crisler was a nice change from the caverns in Atlanta, P'Burgh, etc. Good shows too - nothing out of this world, but some nice surprises both nights. For this show, that included a great Duprees - Let it Grow - US Blues(!) sequence to close the 1st set.
Although the 1st half of the 2nd set didn't have any of the open jams usually featured in this portion of the show, all of the tunes are really well done, and Cumberland was a good fit.
early 80's meltdown -
Subject: Make good money $5.00 a day...
Cumberland rips, I been listening(studying)to the spring and summer tour of 89'as I have also over the years on tape and the Kaiser,L.A. and Omni shows are good but Pitts,Ohio and M.I. smoke. Rosemont is ok and Milwaukee rocks hard went to those shows and loved that small cozy Meca arena.